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October 30, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

M. sfQU. P lto
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) driai
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrICE: Times building, 319 S. Miain St. be
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MIANAGING EDITOR
J F. TeOMSou, '00 L.
BUSINESS SMANAGdERf
. iH. HANs, 'Pb L.
EDITORS
iH. B. SKLSAN, '(0 L., Athetic.
E. L. Gosout,'y) L. - - - Monda
BU'T'ERI LA, '00, - - - Tesa
G. D. iUNttwoe, '00, - Wednedy
T. R. WsODOOW, '(0 - Thurda
A. CArolLs,'il,- - - - Frida
1. A. CMuroELs,'00, - - - Saturda
The subcriptio price o the Daily io$.01
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before 0000 each day. Notices, commnica-
ions, and other mtter intended for public-
t1on must ho handed in at the Duly office be-
fore 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor beore3
p. in., 01 the day prevos to that on which
they are epcted to appear.
ubscriptlons may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffet's Newtand, ur
with Business Manager. Subrlers will co-
ler a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
^Thlan111of aing le alnitire-
trn for a gable andso r coachsing i
beiDg favorably csll iltiint"(upon in
athlis' cirles all ovr+'e cotnry
andsst(le Univesiy of Illinois bscve
gone 'so fai' Is 10o1a101t 'leshe cii'
adllaranige' a siilar gmle. Moo) of
the credit foi'lt'e iseilnsld de-
velolpillit of tie idea sere is sie 10
"tinmis"' Baird, .\ieign'o otar
qusarter-back of 94 and '5. Ilit'origi
nsted the sebeisile ad has i sos'bsd iri
to bring ii to is ies at sucess.
Micligais will neer los'ianobi'11111
like "imnsie."
'T'he Uniiveriy of (1hicago Wekly
purints (le Daily's ri(,i; oil le Oi-
cago aiuiini prorsest agaill)nst oling
tbe Chicago gamse in (le(oliseusm, bot
sakes 100 coiimietii th le dv'5ee'
abiiity' of t canlge. The Daily has
made quite an exensis'e anvass of
student opiiion and(le balance seems
to be in favor of holding bhe conet ill
the opeis'ir. As one of themr express'
ed it, "football islt foyaii uner a
roof." 'There are of curs many
points 0o be csiidered.t(l iualncmiai
One isit)Ills least, bill takng it all in
all the Alietic Boai'di sold ct ii
accordaince with tie wishiss of te
associaion by voting for an ou-door
gamlle
THE PAST VS. THE PRESENT
(Continued fromn First Page.)
Duiffy Jion, '9. A iieber of fle
faisoous Duffy trio, everyone of lon
has piayedsflli-bak on a -Miciga~n
team Nosy assisant coc.
treund, 'D, AnlsAbor. Played
quarter and hlof-btk on te teams of
'93 and '94, ansi ont of the headiest
psayerso MIichigan boo hd.
Greenieaf, '1. Payed quarter and
end for five years, comnig here fou
Hyde Park Highi School. One of Wicb-
igai's best ends. No' studying medi-
cine and assisting in the coaching.
Haiiey, '92, Chicago, Ilinois. Ply-
el1 tackle position three years and wvas
essrtain of the 91 eleven.
tFarnbain, 97 E. End on 95 and '9
teams and one of the best in the west,
At present coaching the crack Beloit,
'0Wisconsin, team.
Dyer, '95 L, St. Lois, Misoouri.
Played half and ,full-ack for two
years One of Michigan's best play-
re and second only to Blooningston

as a fol back. Now assistant ato-
ns'y ini office of the C'hicgo and Alton
I. It. at St. Louis.
g Denby, 1(61 1.Deroit, tiebligal.
l'layed center on (le '41 elsven wivih
great sccess. 1rcicin'g law st D-
-" iroit.
Gates. '9(, Indsianiapolis, hlin.
Play-ed ssbhalf oin '1I)3 te5a5.
Ssckels, '(1l . Cap1tailast eai'
of tOlivet !Colegs' eleven. Inligible io
pliay'this year 0(e0ause'of Ie ne year
r'lie. Has ieeni (oarig thle 'Varsiy
y iss' to piecs all fall. 'Will pluyiss i;
Y yeas',
'Y lis alumni fe'e'icoifids'it of 'ainiliig
ssaid wilisroialy line' upiias followss:
yDs'nbsy, ente; lttciiitger '11(1Seven
son, guards; Halley ands 'tcs'h's.
ttekls's; tFarilhamll ands Gr'ee'nleaf. 'ids;
u Bairsd,uquarer; terbsrt ,insd rtm'nsi
yialv'ss; Blsolsiigtois. ful Issisk.
C'hansi' ilol be msiadecas (Ihe' gals'
3 priogresses sos t sill41i1smay isa-c a
'i'Tie' 'Vuisity's lhle-tupsfolosos: ('il
uinhgins, ceter; Snov and L'r
guasrds; Stker 0a(1 Lockwod,(tackli';
(tineci sd lut fs'(l, (lids; I~elvsr.
quarter; 'Fligre'e' sld Ilogg, hals'.;
i'lh'oficils loive iio es (I'll de-
cidedi a-io. (Daume sill le callesi
iruoptly' at I s oslo.
'il ls'y'ling poisenso (iseisasifs' ill's'
of thss gamie. 'Tiii' rssslco silia-
te'nd1 iatbosdy'anidihas's' appiointesd
yell umassters. 1. B. Poster oill dirc(
the nndergradumte y eiiig forces. c
Tennis Tournament Mtlii On.
The fisal rounlds of the first ulass sin-
gle' tournamensit wass strte'd yeserday'
afte'rnoson, 'thei'costestanto sing 1R.
DanfotsthidiRnlsc.T'elich wbas.
the fiiet exhiitioins of sisges ye't
given, slid 0wasclose a111(0xei t isg
enoughs o rouse t(liens'nlsssissosf ol
those presenft. Osly twvo sets wsee
played, of wichs the players socli eap-
tuiied 01ne. Thecmatch wl bes.finished
(issmnornisig; pliay' 011lsgii st l9:3b
o'clock.
The uplyosrss as flloov: ioths con-
teolotnts Starte i svwli l')dno sigialI
advantsage wsssgained snil thet
twelfthigamie os-len Danforths hdj
ttosse (6-3. 4o-. At tis ritisailjilsa-]
(sre (Danforhi lot Iis ner' aid even-
toualy'thse set,sore 19-7. 'The secodt
set started like (le firt Aitishoomrs
e've'.s. Pie ssre wsssoossnu 3-sll. ttre
Daiforitspouledi shead and sononwl
the set, scoie ((3. Ruossel played (ihe
'hsardest alldt slist skillful game
thsrosughsout, bt Danforthiwsote
stestdier, ansiwovuslidplit the bsl ack
utiil Russel filally sniashed it out or
drove it iito te net.
In the secoiid class sigles'on
matel s o-.playedist)Dtie -scul-insl
rossnd 'betwv eems e0casd Candler.
'The teenier wos in straight ses, t-,
6-3. Chsndler served wsell ansi played
a ceditable loine, but was outclassed
by 'Itee, who is in reality a rt 011100
noon, Sudlowv and Wilburiere unable
to play as scheduled; this delay willi
prevent te second class teusnanent
frin being finished today.
hAatches scheduled for today are as
fllows: First cls ingleos, final2
round, Russl vs. Danforth unfiished,
at 9:30 a. i.; second clasos sgles
semi-inal round, Sudlow T. Wilbur:
doubles, championship round, . Dan-
forth and Herrick vs. H. Danfort
and Lamnb, at 1:30 p. m.
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Stvdeeots [Letvrc Assodiatioo.
FORTY-THIRD SEASON.
THE UNIVERSITY'S GREATEST COURSE.

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